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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Episode 10 - Key Chain - Yellow and Purple Owl

Here is the much anticipated Key Chain Video...filmed in three parts. Part One shows making the paper layers and getting it ready to use Modge Podge. Part Two is showing how I do the first half of the Modge Podge and Part Three shows the second half of the Modge Podge and the completed owl! I hope you enjoy and I hope this helps. See the picture of the owl beneath the videos.











8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed watching your videos on your keychains. I think there too cute I am going try to make them. Thanks for sharing. Kelly Krohe

Tanya said...

Thanks for the video tutorials! I may try this one day :)

Nancy C. said...

Thanks so much for making these videos! I have 3 already made and will now attempt to do the mod podge! I guess I'm a visual learner and really appreciate your efforts in making your videos! Do you use a sealer on the finished product? When I was reading the instructions for the mod podge it said to use a sealer.

Mod Podge Amy said...

This keychain is SO cute! Great videos.

Angie said...

I love it!! I've awarded you with the Stylish Blogger award!! All you have to do is post a link back to my blog with 8 things we should know about you and 8 bloggers you would like to give this award to as well!! Don't forget to let them all know on their blogs too! Congrats. :)
Angie
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Tabitha said...

I love your owl keychain. It's so adorable I pinned it in Pinterest. Thanks for sharing!

Jerilyn said...

Such a great idea, not just for keychains but to hang on backpacks, purses and even review mirrors. I appreciate you showing! thanks.

Nicole said...

I'm a few days behind on reading my blogs, but I am soooo glad I scrolled down to see what I missed. This video was great! Thank you so much for the tutorial. So far I have made an owl (which didn't turn out as well as I wanted, but it was my first) and a dinosaur (and that turned out fantastic if I do say so myself!) I thought these would be adorable on backpacks! I don't post to0 often but I check out your blog daily. thanks for sharing all your creativity with us! Oops! Sorry to have rambled on like that!

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